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January 21, 1972 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-21

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EBLXgtpped, ,Israe1fauhas,sy _Phones During Six-Day War

WASHINGTON (JTA.)--An Is- monitoring phone calls of the em- cause "the Israelis were trying to
rael Embassy spokesman said that bassy during the Six-Day War.
get American atomic secrets for
he preferred not to coment on a The former agent, Robert N. their desalination projects."
disclosure by a former FBI agent Wall, disclosed that he was told
The revelation is contained in an
that Part of his activities included by the FBI to study Hebrew be-
article by Wall to appear in the
Jan. 27 issue of The New York
Review of Books. According to The
New York Times reporter who in-
interviewed Wall, this disclosure
and other revelations by Wall were
corroborated by independent
NEW YORK {JTA)—An all-time brought to a grand total of $1,- sources.
record-setting total of $251,476,600 $1,890,000,000 billion the proceeds
Among the disclosures by Wall,
in Israel - Bonds were sold in 1971, from the sale of Israel Bonds since who quit the FBI in 1970, was in-
it was reported by Sam Rothberg, the establishment of the Bond Or- formation about bow that agency
general chairman of the world- ganization 21 years ago, he said.
tried to sow dissension in alleg-
wide Israel Bond Organization.
"The record total for 1971 is very ed- extremist right-wing and left-
This represented a 20 per cent significant because it testifies to wing groups through planted in-
increase over the amount sold in the high degree of solidarity which formants and how the Internal
the previous year and 16 per cent is being maintained between the
more than was realized in 1967, Jewish people and Israel," Roth-
Daily—Hospital— Sympathy
the year of the Six-Day War when berg said.
the response to the Israel Bond
"It also demonstrates their de-
campaign broke all existing rec- termination to respond on an in-
ords.
creaseing scale to Israel's needs
Rothberg stated that of the over- at a time when its economy is bur-
all Bond receipts for last year dened with maximum defense ex-
$209,161,350 came from sales in the penditures, the greater pressure
FARM VALLEY GARDENS
U.S.; $15,236,050 was sold in Can- of rising immigration and the ur-
PR 2-4350
ada and the balance in other coun- gents demands of the disadvantage
Werld•Wide Delivery
tries.
secor of the population."
The impressive 1971 result
brought to a grand total of -1,

1971 Israelr-Bond Purchases
Set Recoic1: - $251,476,600

Revenue Service collected infor-
mation an alleged extremist
groups through a secret special
unit.
The Israeli Embassy was not
mentioned iii connection with the
IRS work.

Wall said he was trained to listen
in on the telephone calls of the
Israeli Embassy, a fact confirmed
by outside sources who said the
FBI also tapped Arab Embassy
phones. He said he had not over-
heard any interesting conversa-
tions.

Friday, January 21, 1972-3
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